N.J. Autism Rates 1 in 23 Boys
Vaccine Medical and Religious Exemption Info
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Among 4-year-olds, the autism rate increased by 43 percent in four years, from 2010 to 2014.
That is what Walter Zahorodny, associate professor at Rutgers Medical School, directed the New Jersey portion of a new study said. One in 35 children in New Jersey were diagnosed with autism by the age of four, according to the study published in April 2019 by the federal Centers for Disease Control.
Other sources put this number at one in 34 children. Either way, not standing up and doing something about this epidemic is beyond ludicrous.
A 2016 survey found that the number of children diagnosed with any developmental disability increased from 1 in 17 kids to 1 in 14 – about 7% of all children. We are looking for the 2018 statistics for you now. They are not easy to find.
NJ also accepts valid medical and religious exemptions (reasons for not showing proof of immunizations) as per the NJ Immunization of Pupils in School regulations, (N.J.A.C. 8:57-4).
Since the ’70s autism has increased 40-fold. They will try to tell you it is from a sudden case of bad genes? This sharp rise in autism has coincided with a dramatic increase in childhood vaccination schedules over the same period which is also increased by nearly fourfold.
They changed the criteria for diagnosis, which skews the numbers.
The overall prevalence estimate using a DSM-IV-TR case definition was approximately 20% higher than the prevalence estimate based on DSM-5 criteria. Meeting the DSM-5 surveillance case definition required either documentation of the more extensive behavioral criteria required for a DSM-5 diagnosis or an ASD diagnosis by a community provider, and preschool-aged children might have had fewer comprehensive evaluations containing behavioral information and been less likely to have a diagnosis. For the 2016 surveillance year, all ADDM Network surveillance sites will use the DSM-5 case definition, and trends in the prevalence of ASD among children aged 4 years and 8 years will be monitored according to this surveillance case definition.
Pilot comparative study on the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated 6- to 12- year old U.S. children
Although the cross-sectional design of the study limits causal interpretation, the strength and consistency of the findings, the apparent “dose-response” relationship between vaccination status and several forms of chronic illness, and the significant association between vaccination and NDDs all support the possibility that some aspect of the current vaccination program could be contributing to risks of childhood morbidity. Vaccination also remained significantly associated with NDD after controlling for other factors, whereas preterm birth, long considered a major risk factor for NDD, was not associated with NDD after controlling for the interaction between preterm birth and vaccination. In addition, preterm birth, coupled with vaccination was associated with an apparent synergistic increase in the odds of NDD above that of vaccination alone. – http://archive.is/PwUrN#selection-2111.0-2111.101
Rates per 1,000 children in states monitored around the country.
New Jersey 29.3
North Carolina 17.4
One in six children in the United States has a neurological developmental disorder.
54% of all children have been evaluated for a chronic illness.
Vaccines are not safe and effective.
Harvard Medical Schools says VAERS, Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, captures only 1% of all vaccine injuries.
This website is for information purposes only; we are not diagnosing, treating, curing, mitigating, or preventing any disease or medical condition by providing the information contained herein. Before beginning any natural, integrative or conventional treatment regimen, it is advisable to seek the advice of a licensed healthcare professional.